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Report - High Lines Cottage - Redhill - Surrey - March 2019



The Explorer Returns

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
Sorry it’s been a while since I last posted -
High Lines Cottage..
This location has been sitting under the radar since it was abandoned 9 years ago.

HISTORY - this is literally what I found out about the place while inside, there is none online.

2 elderly lived here.. * husband and wife * The lady sadly died of cancer in 2009 and left the man to live on his own, but not long after he went missing and has never been found in the house since. I think this man committed suicide after loosing his wife as I saw funeral plans inside the house for the man. I honestly don’t think anybody has stepped foot in this house since.

The Explore-
So I headed up to the outskirts of Redhill, Sorry about the rubbish IPhone pictures, after finding this place on google maps, I wasn’t particularly sure about this one, I was certain it was abandoned but since it’s never been on this or any other forum I wasn’t exspecting to get inside. So I went but found an easy access so I just went in, couldn’t spend to much time inside as the neighbours where around and I think they keep an eye on the place as one did approach the front door while I was inside but then left.
This place is honestly amazing, the decay, the spider webs, the belongings inside all made one amazing explore. However it is pretty dangerous, the upstairs bedrooms have a roof leak and have filled 6 huge containers with water, that must be some serious weight on the rotten floors, my foot even went through in some places. I’m shocked the power was on due to the dilapidated state that the building was in.
I’m still shocked nobody has been here becuase the house is actually hidden or in the middle of nowhere.

Anyway enough of my pointless writing..

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Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
#2
Really nice find. It seems impossible how these places stay like this for so long. With power on and just rummaged . Sad really. But great explore there. Wouldn't mind a look. will have to dig now lol. Nice one :thumb:thumb
 

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